A moderate-sized safe stood in his bedroom, constructed so as to defy fire as well as burglars; but Passepartout found neither arms nor hunting weapons anywhere; everything betrayed
the most tranquil and peaceable habits.
I knew it capable of betraying the generous ardour of youth as implacably as, indifferent to evil and good, it would have betrayed
the basest greed or the noblest heroism.
the dog-musher began softly, then changed his mind and betrayed
a rising anger of his own.
Her manner betrayed
none of the conscious confusion which would have shown itself, if her heart had been secretly inclined toward him.
Years ago the Company betrayed
my sweetheart by promise of marriage.
The children of the traitors were persecuted by the children of the workers who had been betrayed, until it was impossible for the former to play on the streets or to attend the public schools.
Finding it impossible to dwell in safety in the midst of the betrayed proletariat, they moved into new localities inhabited by themselves alone.
They have betrayed
the hope for a free and peaceful future for everyone in this country.
Whether or not you adopt an adversarial viewpoint on Obama's politics and policies, Trust Betrayed
is certainly food for thought.
over lights by Labour I READ your story about Bournville residents betrayed
by authorities with regard to heritage lighting.
She just felt really betrayed
, like the second chance she gave meant nothing to the young Canadian singer.
One might expect cover-ups from big businesses but A TRUST BETRAYED
shows how even big government has a hand in denial, making this a pick for any social issues collection.
I have done this to protest that these people have betrayed
everyone, they have betrayed
Anna, and they have betrayed
the Jan Lokpal Andolan.
Hariri: Tripoli has not betrayed
martyr Hasan and knows well who bears responsibility for his blood
Not for the way he betrayed
sport but the way he betrayed
vulnerable people who believed in him.